Artemisa University, internationalization and collaboration

Artemisa University, internationalization and collaboration

The University of Artemisa, as a result of the actions of an internationalization strategy, has the opportunity to manage and consolidate a policy that transforms it into an active body, stimulating its growth through promotion, exchange and cooperation, with both its regional and international counterparts. In this endeavor. our center of higher studies has signed collaboration agreements with prestigious teaching and research institutions at national and international level, in order to strengthen relationships that allow for establishing mechanisms for cooperation, exchange and development for its professionals, which benefits the growth of the Academy.

Artemisa University, internationalization and collaboration

In this endeavor, our the University of Artemisasa recently had the opportunity to receive representatives of the Institute of General Antillean Studies Gregorio Luperón, from the Dominican Republic, with the aim of strengthening ties of collaboration and exchange, with a view to working agreements between both entities.

This exchange was further enriched by the conference “Support of General Gregorio Luperón, Father of the Second Republic, to the integration of our America through the Confederation of the Antilles”, given by the president of the Antillean Studies Institute, Mayor General Dr. Jorge Radhamés Zorrilla Ozuna, and attended by academic authorities, professors, workers and students of the institution.

These relations fostered a favorable climate between both institutions, in which common ideals and interests were shared, leading to the signing of an academic agreement, whose project is: Historical research on our Antilles, emphasizing the 19th century, and the provisions for the creation of the so-called “Confederation of the Antilles”, with the inauguration of a chair on Antillean Studies, for the benefit of the new generations.

Internship at Artemisa University for members of the General Antillean Studies Institute Gregorio Luperon, and vice versa. Cultural exchange between both academies. The proposal was considered very relevant by both institutions and should materialize from the formalization of this agreement, which also plans for the management of cultural development projects between the two entities and offers the possibility of honoring distinguished individuals who played a leading and decisive role in the liberation struggles for the emancipation of both nations, which allows closer relations between these countries.

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